Army Chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa inaugurated the 100-bed hospital
Army Chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa visited the Military Foundation Headquarters and inaugurated the Hospital and University Institute and assured full support for the future. According to details, Army Chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa visited the Army Foundation Headquarters, according to a spokesman for the Pakistan Army Public Relations (ISPR).
On his arrival at the Army Foundation Headquarters, the Chief of Army Staff was received by MD Waqar Ahmad. During his visit, the Chief of Army Staff inaugurated a 100-bed hospital and Fountain University Institute. The Army Chief also assured full cooperation for the completion of the projects. Army Chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa was given a detailed briefing on the ongoing and future plans of the Army Foundation.
According to a Pakistan Army spokesman, during the visit, the Army Chief inaugurated the hospital and the Foundation University Institute. It may be recalled that the Military Foundation has been continuously engaged in national service since 1954. The Foundation has continuously played an important role in the development and economic prosperity of the country and last year alone the Military Foundation paid Rs. 175 million in taxes, taxes, duties and levies. The amount allocated is about 2.45% of the federal budget.
In the last ten years, more than Rs 1300 billion has been deposited in the tax and duty bodies, and millions of civilians have also benefited from the institution set up for the welfare of retired soldiers. 71% of the employees of the military foundation are civilians while only 29% are retired soldiers. The current managing director of the foundation, Qara Ahmad Malik, is himself a civilian. Nine million people are benefiting from the military foundation’s projects and charitable works and the beneficiaries are 4.5% of the country’s population.